Watch the “Ordain a Lady” video! (posted by Pr. Charles Henrickson)
Toward the end of the comments section of the “Per DP’s Advice” thread (about 415 comments in), commenter wineonthevines posted a video as a little change of pace. I watched it, and it was so funny, I thought it deserved its own thread. It’s called “Ordain a Lady.” I’ll post it here, and after you watch it, I’ll have a little more to say about it.
Now that you’ve seen it, here’s my other comment about the video. When I watched it, I thought it must be a PARODY, a SATIRE, making the women’s ordination crowd look ridiculous–and doing a good job of it! I mean, they trot out the same old, lame old “arguments”:
Hey, I was baptized
And this is crazy
But God just called me
So ordain a lady!
But then at the end I see that this video was produced by those who FAVOR women’s ordination! It’s sponsored by the “Women’s Ordination Conference,” a Roman Catholic activist group. Do they really think this HELPS their cause??
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